Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel


Embed this content in your HTML

Search

Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Showcase


Channel Catalog


Channel Description:

New entries added to the Internet Meme Database

older | 1 | .... | 341 | 342 | (Page 343) | 344 | 345 | .... | 636 | newer

    0 0
  • 03/03/17--10:12: Triple the Dosage
  • About

    Triple the Dosage is an image macro series and dialogue snowclone featuring an image of a doctor and a nurse residing over a sick patient. In the accompanying snowclone, the doctor asks a question about the patient. The nurse then gives a response the doctor doesn’t like, so he instructs the nurse to “Triple the dosage.” When the nurse says “That could kill him,” the doctor replies “JUST DO IT.”

    Origin

    The meme started as a spinoff of Are You Sexually Active?. On April 25th, 2016, Instagram user TheFunnyIntrovert published an “Are You Sexually Active” joke with the image that would become the template for “Triple the Dosage” image macros. The post, shown below, gained over 14,000 likes.



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/03/17--11:46: "And Then The Murders Began"
  • About

    “And Then The Murders Began” refers to a series of tweets testing the theory that the first line of any story can be improved if its second sentence is changed to “And then the murders began.”

    Origin

    On March 3rd, 2017, author Marc Laidlaw tweeted “The first line of almost any story can be improved by making sure the second line is, ‘And then the murders began.’” The tweet gained over 1,600 retweets and 347 replies.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/03/17--11:56: I Need Healing
  • About

    “I Need Healing” is a voice line uttered by various hero characters in the game Overwatch when a player is requesting heals from a Support hero. While many characters are capable of making the request, the phrase is commonly associated with the Offense hero Genji.

    Origin

    Spread

    On August 7th, 2016, YouTuber Spero Games uploaded a video titled “I Need Healing,” in which a Pharah player repeatedly requests healing from a Mercy while over-extended toward the enemy (shown below).



    On February 4th, 2017, YouTuber TheRussianBadger uploaded an Overwatch explainer video titled “I Need Healing,” in which features he discusses Genji requesting healing as a meme (shown below,).



    On January 8th, 2017, YouTuber Minty uploaded video in which an illustration of Mercy is slowly zoomed in while various characters say “I need healing” in the background (shown below, left). On January 26th, 2017, YouTuber Subiko Rem uploaded a video in which the hero Mercy loses her mind after a Genji player says “I need healing” (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/03/17--16:45: ernie romero
  • there is a p.e teacher that is a perv who has a entire shelf full of lotion and bug spray the common useage of the meme is putting the caption ernie romero on situations regarding perverted people or images


    0 0
  • 03/03/17--23:18: "o i am laffin"
  • About

    “o i am laffin” refers to a popular meme on 4chan’s music board in which the poster expresses their hilarity in response to a post. The phrase is usually used to represent incredulous laughter.

    Origin

    On December 9th, 2012, a post[1] on 4chan’s music board was made in which an anonymous poster posted a SoundCloud link of “Royals,” a song by New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde, well before the song became a hit. song Royals to 4chan’s music board in 2012 before it was popular. The poster asked for feedback on the song, claiming to be the author of the song. This fueled a rumor that Lorde herself had been posting on 4chan. The anonymous poster ended the post with the phrase “in b4 tits and the kitchen.”

    “o i am laffin” originates from a tweet from Lorde in response to the rumor that she had posted the song on 4chan herself. It was posted on Twitter on February 2nd, 2014. It reads:

    Spread

    Shortly after, the phrase became a meme on the music board of 4chan.

    The spread of the phrase prompted a thread on /r/lewronggeneration [2] investigating the story and a thread on /r/outoftheloop[3] asking about the origin.

    External References

    [1]4chan – 4chan post

    [2]Reddit – /r/lewronggeneration

    [3]Reddit – /r/outoftheloop


    0 0
  • 02/24/17--09:37: Brianna Wu
  • About

    Brianna Wu is a video game developer, computer programmer, and politician, as well as the cofounder of independent video game development studio Giant Spacekat. She entered the public eye following the harassment she received during GamerGate. Following the 2016 United States Presidential Election, she announced that she would run for a seat in the United States Congress against Massachusetts Rep. Stephen F. Lynch.

    History

    Wu cofounded Giant Spacekat in 2010 with Amanda Stenquist Warner, adding Maria Enderton as lead programmer.[1] Wu was the developer of the studio’s first iOS game, Revolution 60, released in July 2014. The game featured female protagonists and was critically acclaimed, listed as one of the ten best indie games when it was demoed at Pax East 2013. Wu also was the cohost of the podcast Isometric, which ran from 2014 to 2016 before it ended, and is now cohost of the podcast Disruption.

    GamerGate-related Harassment

    In October of 2014, Wu posted tweets critical of pro-GamerGate advocates, mocking their fight against “an apocalyptic future where women are 8 percent of programmers and not 3 percent.” On October 10th, an anonymous user on 8chan posted Wu’s address, phone number and email to the /gg/ (GamerGate) board. Several users responded denouncing the post and raising suspicions that it was part of a false flag attack (shown below, left). That evening, Wu tweeted that she was contacting the police after receiving threats from a Twitter account named “Death to Brianna” (shown below, right).


           

    On October 13th, MSNBC covered #Gamergate with Eric Johnson and Brianna wu during which Wu claimed the death threats she received came from #Gamergate and 8chan.co (shown below, left). On October 14th, Frederick Brennan and Brianna Wu were featured on a Huffpost live segment in which Wu blamed Brennan and #Gamergate for her doxing, after which Brennan refuted the mistakes of Brianna’s explanation (shown below, right).
    On March 17th, 2016, Syfy channel aired episode 102 of “The internet ruined my life”. It featured an interview with Brianna Wu about the death threats she received.



    Wu set up a legal fund for families affected by GamerGate and offered an $11,000 reward for anyone who provided information that led to the prosecution of those who sent her death threats.

    Oppressed GamerGater

    On October 9th, 2014, Brianna Wu tweeted an image macro series titled “Oppressed GamerGater” to criticize the GamerGate community.[32] In reply to this, on the online imageboard 8chan, users started to create new image macros of the character with messages that disagree with the contra-gamergate community. This development was subsequently shared the next day on the /r/KotakuInAction subreddit.



    Samus is a Transgender Woman

    On September 1st, 2015, Wu and Ellen McGrody published an article titled “Metroid’s Samus Aran is a Transgender Woman. Deal With It.” on the feminist pop culture news website The Mary Sue.[1] Both authors claimed that Samus Aran from the Metroid series is a male-to-female transgendered woman, using developer comments and instruction booklet excerpts as sources.



    Within 24 hours, the article had 2000+ comments and made Samus trend on Twitter with almost 4,000 tweets in one day.[13] Criticism of the article focused on the author’s lack of sources and mistranslations. An anonymous user on Wikipedia began editing the Wikipedia article for Samus Aran to include references to transgenderism, and claiming those who were reverting the edits were “Gamergators” and “transmisogynists.” This user was quickly blocked and the article locked.



    Run for Congress

    Following the 2016 Presidential Election, Wu announced that she would be running for a seat in the United States as a Democrat against representative Stephen F. Lynch of Massachusetts. Wu cited her fight against the alt-right as evidence she could fight conservative forces in the United States government. On January 17th, 2017, she officially announced her run and posted a video supporting her campaign (shown below).



    Brianna Wu for Congress 2018 from Brianna Wu on Vimeo.


    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Brianna Wu


    0 0

    About

    Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator is an upcoming indie war sandbox game on Steam Greenlight by Brilliant Game Studios,[3] which allows players to pit a variety of armies against each other, composed of various simulated characters, including Roman Centurions, chickens, fantasy creatures and penguins.

    History

    On December 6th, 2016, Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator was posted to Steam Greenlight,[1] along with a trailer for the upcoming game showing an army of chickens fighting against medieval warriors (shown below).



    Online Presence

    On December 16th, 2016, Brilliant Game Studios posted a video on YouTube showing an army of Santa Claus characters battling 11,000 pengions (shown below). Over the next three months, the video received more than 1.1 million views and 1,600 comments. On December 29th, a video showing Chuck Norris battle against 4,000 Roman soldiers was uploaded to the channel (shown below, right).



    On February 8th, 2017, the Brilliant Game Studios YouTube page uploaded footage of 25,000 soldiers attacking a castle (shown below, left). Within one month, the video gained over 1.3 million views and 3,000 comments. On February 20th, a developer update was released showing how players can control one soldier at a time (shown below, right). On February 27th, the /r/UEBS[2] subreddit was launched for discussions about the game.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Steam Community – Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator

    [2]Reddit – /r/UEBS

    [3]Facebook – Brilliant Game Studios


    0 0
  • 03/04/17--13:40: DalasReview
  • [Heavy WIP, will update as soon as possible]

    About

    DalasReview is a popular Spanish Youtuber.

    Online History

    Reputation

    Criticism

    Fur Fun Controversy

    Personal Life

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0

    About

    Dave Rubin is an American political commentator, stand up comedian, and host of The Rubin Report, a youtube series mostly focusing on identity politics, freedom of speech, and domestic issues.

    History

    TYT Days

    On Feb 16, 2013 Dave began co hosting on the news network TYT (The Young Turks) He frequently premiered on TYT’s main network show as a panel guest and also hosted a his own youtube channel/TYT show full time show named “The Rubin Report”

    He left his TYT job on Mar 2, 2015 to work full time as a host on The Rubin Report in partnership with RYOT.com for a short time before partnering with Ora TV in August 2015

    The Rubin Report

    In its inception the Rubin Reports structure was a round table discussion talk show where Dave and a guest panel would talk about current events and trending topics.

    In June 13, 2016 The Rubin Report left Ora TV and became independent via fan supported patron donations, and since then The Rubin Report has significantly evolved. The shows structure currently consists of one on one hour long interviews with Dave and a weekly guest, with a thoughts on segment call The Direct Message where Dave directly looks into the camera and gives his views on current events. Some notable guests include Milo Yiannopoulos, Sam Harris, Adam Carolla, and Larry King.

    The show is notable for popularizing several phrases such as classical liberal, regressive left, and the left is no longer liberal.


    0 0
  • 03/06/17--09:37: Snails Sleep 3
  • About

    “Snails Sleep 3” refers to a Google search result for the query “how long do snails sleep”, which shows a picture of a snail next to the word “three.” On Reddit, the Google search is often mocked for failing to provide a unit of measurement, and is referenced as an in-joke within the /r/funny and /r/me_irl subreddits.

    Origin

    On February 28th, 2016, Redditor Unidan_nadinU submitted a post titled “Units of measurement are for suckers,” featuring a screenshot of a Google search page with the search query “How long do snails sleep” followed by a result containing the word “three” (shown below).



    Spread

    On March 1st, Redditor Lefty156 submitted a Sir, You’ve Been In a Coma image featuring a snail wearing two cowboy hats with the caption “Wot’n rest’n relaxation?” to /r/me_irl (shown below, left).[3] The following day, Redditor Helixpls submitted a post suggesting that the Snails Sleep 3 memes were “somewhat promising” to /r/memeeconomy,[2] along with an Expanding Brain image (shown below, right). Over the next four days, the post garnered upwards of 6,400 votes (88% upvoted) and 100 comments.



    On March 5th, Redditor catdany submitted a snail-themed “You’ve been visited by” image urging viewers to “upvote in the next 3 or never sleep again” (shown below, left). The same day, Redditor ExtremeBloxinator posted a picture of a shirt with Gary the Snail from Spongebob Squarepants on the front (shown below, right), claiming the shirt would be purchased if the post “gets three.” Within 24 hours, the posts gained over 157,000 votes (61% upvoted) and 4,500 votes (85% upvoted) on /r/me_irl[4][5] respectively.



    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/06/17--09:39: You're Welcome
  • About

    You’re Welcome is a song from the 2016 Disney film Moana. The song grew into a popular vehicle for Word Replacement Remixes on YouTube in late 2016.

    Origin

    In Moana, “You’re Welcome” appears at Maui tricking Moana for stealing her boat. (shown below).



    Spread

    On Desember 8, 2016 user Giddy N’ Gleeful uploaded a video called “You’re Welcome but read the description” and it gain 46,839 views (shown below).



    Various Examples




    0 0
  • 03/06/17--10:32: Drainage Canal So Clean
  • About

    Drainage Canal So Clean refers to a series of popular joke posts on Reddit which sarcastically claim the drainage canals in certain countries are so clean they have animals or some other surprising object in them.

    Origin

    On March 1st, 2017, Filipino Facebook page Tambayan ni Berto Worldwide[1] posted several images of koi fish swimming in a Japanese drainage canal with the caption, “Wow! Wow! This is the gutter in Japan, beautiful and can make more fishponds.. share if you like this in the Philippines” (translated from Filipino).



    Spread

    The story spread on low-level news sites[2] over the next couple days until March 4th, when Sumit316[3] posted the pictures to Reddit’s /r/BeAmazed, where it gained over 8,700 points. There, a commenter pointed out that the image was of Shimabara City, in Nagasaki, and that the waters are not drainage canals, but streams of natural spring water. The picture was also posted to /r/pics[4] on the same day, where it gained over 21,000 points. The following day, a joke variation on the post featuring a picture of a dog was posted to /r/pics[5] by NewUploader1 where it gained over 53,000 points (shown below).



    Following the success of that post, several other variations were posted, with a few making the front page of Reddit. The success of the variations led to two threads investigating the trend on /r/OutOfTheLoop.[6][7]

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/06/17--14:19: Your Teeth Are So White
  • About

    Your Teeth Are So White, also known as Dank Dentist, is a series of image macros featuring a stock photo of a dentist examining a patient’s teeth, captioned with mock conversations in which the patient’s teeth respond to the dentist describing them as “white.”

    Origin

    On March 4th, 2017, Redditor pigzit submitted the dentist stock photo captioned with the woman’s teeth asking “Is Whole Foods still open?” after being described as “white” (shown below). Within 48 hours, the post gained over 1,300 points (97% upvoted) on /r/dankmemes.[2]



    Spread

    That day, Redditor Ima_Grab_Yo_Snatch uploaded a variation in which the woman’s teeth make a racist statement regarding neighborhood property values after being described as “white” (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor FuckingSpinnakers posted a version in which the teeth “colonize half the world” after being asked “how white are they?,” which garnered upwards of 3,000 points (97% upvoted) in 48 hours on /r/dankmemes[1] (shown below, right).



    On March 6th, 2017, Redditor milehighdog posted the image captioned with “Your teeth are so teeth” to /r/dankmemes[3] (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor Fabool posted a photoshopped version of the picture with Donald Trump saying “Your teeth are fake news“ (shown below, right).[4]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/06/17--21:22: Get Out Challenge
  • About

    Get Out Challenge Is a participatory video fad that involves running a distance straight towards the camera as to imitate a scene from the 2017 American horror film Get Out. Since its emergence on March 5th, 2017, the hashtag #GetOutChallenge has also spawned a reaction GIF series in reference to the scene from the film.

    Origin

    Get Out is a 2017 American horror thriller film written, produced and directed by Jordan Peele, best known as half of the popular comedy sketch series Key & Peele, in his directorial debut, which centers around Chris Washington and Rose Armitage, an interracial couple who goes on a trip to meet her White parents. Following after its release on February 27th, the film was met by mostly positive critical acclaims. On March 5th, 2017, Twitter and Snapchat users began uploading videos of themselves mimicking a memorable scene from near the beginning of the movie,

    wherein Chris comes outside for a smoke and encounters Walter, the black groundskeeper in residence, running at full speed at him before making a quick turn.


    Spread

    [researching]

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/07/17--00:36: Vault 7 Year Zero
  • Your Golden ticket to Vault 7


    0 0
  • 03/07/17--00:53: Obamacare vs Trumpcare
  • Work in Progress

    About

    “Obamacare vs Trumpcare” is a catchphrase that became popular on Twitter in March of 2017,[1] following the Republican Party’s release of a draft of a bill meant to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), colloquially known as “Obamacare.” The meme was popular among opponents of the Republicans, and involves juxtaposing two similar images corresponding to “Obamacare” and “Trumpcare” (i.e. the replacement bill), the “Obamacare” image being generally better than the latter.

    Early commentary on the draft bill focused on the extent to which it diminishes or weakens the coverage provided by the ACA. Following the release of the draft, four Republican senators announced that they would not support the bill as they feared it would deprive their constituents of healthcare, saying in a joint statement that “we will not support a plan that does not include stability for Medicaid expansion populations or flexibility for states.”[2] Senate Democrats have uniformly opposed the bill.

    Citations

    [1]BBC News – House Republicans unveil Obamacare replacement plan

    [2]Washington Post – House Republicans release long-awaited plan to replace Obamacare


    0 0
  • 03/07/17--01:20: Based Stick Man
  • Alias: Kyle Chapman, Alt-Knight, Commie Crusher


    0 0
  • 02/27/17--11:02: Ryan Gosling Whispering
  • About

    Ryan Gosling Whispering refers to jokes about an image of actor Ryan Gosling at the 2017 Academy Awards whispering in the ear of a shocked-looking fan brought on stage by host Jimmy Kimmel.

    Origin

    At the 2017 Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel did a segment where he brought in actual Los Angeles tourists into the Oscars. He brought several to the front of the stage and introduced them to the actors. One of them, identified as Vickie from Chicago, seemed very excited to meet Ryan Gosling. When Gosling shook her hand, he leaned in and said something, and Vickie looked shocked.



    Spread

    Immediately after the moment, a screenshot of Gosling whispering in Vickie’s ear began to circulate around Twitter with jokes that made it appear as though Gosling were delivering some bombshell information. Jokes included references to Hail Hydra, Is a Hotdog a Sandwich, The Warriors Blew a 3-1 Lead, and many more. The jokes were covered in Twitter Moments[1] and Polygon[2] the following day.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


    0 0
  • 03/07/17--07:47: Based Stickman
  • About

    Based Stickman, also known as Alt-Knight, is a nickname given to California resident Kyle Chapman who was arrested at a pro-Trump rally for hitting an Antifa protester over the head with a stick during a clash between Trump supporters and anti-Trump demonstrators in early March 2017.

    Origin

    On March 4th, 2017, a pro-Trump rally held in Berkeley, California turned violent during a clash with anti-Trump Antifa demonstrators. In the clash, an elderly man was purportedly pepper sprayed by an Antifa protester (shown below).



    Additionally, footage of Kyle Chapman hitting an Antifa protester over the head with a stick began circulating online (shown below). That day, a thread about the footage was posted to 4chan’s /pol/ board, in which Chapman was nicknamed “Based Stickman.”[6] According to reports, Chapman was arrested at the demonstration and charged with several felonies.



    Spread

    On March 5th, 2017, the financial news blog ZeroHedge[2] published an article titled “A New Super Hero on the Right Arises: Behold the ‘Stick Man’.” That day, YouTuber Decline ToState uploaded footage of Stickman with the 1980s rock song “Real American” by Rick Derringer playing in the background (shown below). Within 48 hours, the video gained over 89,000 views and 840 comments. Meanwhile, YouTuber iBankCoin.com posted a remix of the Stickman video set to the tune of the 1977 classic rock song “Come Sail Away” by Styx (shown below, right).



    On March 6th, 2017, Urban Dictionary[1] user Yodaman1219 submitted an entry for “Based Stickman,” defining him as “the protector of all people and things right winged.” That day, Redditor X075 submitted a black-and-white photo of Chapman captioned with a quote about hitting “antifa, communist skulls” with sticks to /r/The_Donald (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post gained over 4,000 votes (96% upvoted) and 100 comments.



    Meanwhile, a crowd funding campaign was launched on WeSearchr[5] for Chapman’s legal defense fund, which gathered upwards of $63,700 in contributions within 24 hours. That day, the WeSearchr[5] page announced that Chapman had been released from jail after the crowdfunding site paid his $5,000 bail. Meanwhile, Chapman released a video announcing he had been released.[9] On March 7th, two posts asking about Chapman were submitted to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[3][4].



    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0

    About

    I Get My News From a Reliable Source is a series of image macros which sarcastically present various news sources as if they were reputable sources of information, typically featuring fictional newspapers and video game news channels.

    Origin

    On February 9th, 2017, Twitter user @Payton_Flynn[1] tweeted a screenshot of the Bikini Bottom News channel from Spongebob Squarepants, along with the message “Unlike you, I get my news from a reliable source” (shown below). In the coming weeks, the tweet was reposted by several different accounts, including @FreeMemesKids,[2] @memesupply[3], Redditor eatmyfriesyoudies[7] and the Spongegar Facebook page.[4]



    Spread

    On March 6th, Redditor FxckinNormie submitted a post titled “I only get my news from a reliable source” to /r/rickandmorty,[6] featuring a screenshot of the “Opposite News” channel from the Rick and Morty episode “Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate” (shown below, left). That day, Redditor BraveReddit posted a screenshot of the “Krabby Kronicle” from Spongebob Squarepants with the caption “Unlike yall, I get my news from a reliable source” to /r/dankmemes[8] (shown below, right).



    Also on March 6th, Redditor the_trashman_devito submitted a screenshot of the Wii News Channel with the same caption to /r/dankmemes[5] (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor -Striiker- submitted a multi-pane image showing Donald Trump reacting to CNN and the Wii News Channel to /r/memeeconomy[9] (shown below, right). Within 24 hours, the posts gained over 19,200 votes (93% upvoted) and 14,600 points (85% upvoted) respectively.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


older | 1 | .... | 341 | 342 | (Page 343) | 344 | 345 | .... | 636 | newer